Their wish has come true. Some of the posters will be turned
into signs and displayed along trails in the sandhills areas of Quail Hollow
Ranch County Park and Henry Cowell State Park.
"The girls have put a lot of energy and care into this
project," said Lee Summers, Quail Hollow Ranch park interpreter. "I
believe that when children have the opportunity to fall in love with nature and
demonstrate that love some way, they become empowered to make the world a
better place to live, for all of us."
These girls are living the Girl Scout Mission of becoming girls of Courage, Confidence, and Character, who make the world a better palce
Girl Scouting emphasizes girl-led programming, and Troop Mentor, Meara said
she is curious to see where these girls will lead her next — toward gardening
or natural history — or somewhere else entirely.
Read more at: <http://www.santacruzsentinel.com/Lifestyle/ci_26039402/Local-Girl-Scouts-aim-to-aid>